Halls Chophouse announced today that construction on their new upstairs space is finished and the room is available for dining or meetings. This is the first expansion of Halls Chophouse since it opened four years ago at 434 King Street in downtown Charleston.
According to Bill Hall, Sr., the space will comfortably seat 32 for dining and can be easily re-configured for business meetings. "It's a wonderful addition that can be very private for special occasion fine dining or perfect for boardroom type meetings," said Hall.When the doors to the new room are closed, it is isolated from the rest of the restaurant for elegant privacy. The room has its own outdoor entrance and exit, complete A/V support, a 60-inch color monitor for corporate or sales presentations tucked out of sight in a mahogany cabinet, and its own restroom facility. The velvet-padded walls are adorned with a significant collection of original paintings selected by CEO and President of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Jimmy Huggins and his wife Beth.
It's a private room where Hall's patrons can have fun, too. "The size is perfect for a bachelorette or bachelor party or a rehearsal dinner," said Hall. According to Hall, they have already started reserving the room for breakfast, luncheon and dinner meetings.
-- Susan Lucas, King Street Marketing Group